Kevin A. Hughes
Kevin A. Hughes
Environmental Research and Monitoring Manager, British Antarctic Survey
Verified email at bas.ac.uk
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Biofilm susceptibility to bacteriophage attack: the role of phage-borne polysaccharide depolymerase
KA Hughes, IW Sutherland, MV Jones
Microbiology 144 (11), 3039-3047, 1998
3421998
Impacts of local human activities on the Antarctic environment
T Tin, ZL Fleming, KA Hughes, DG Ainley, P Convey, CA Moreno, ...
Antarctic Science 21 (1), 3-33, 2009
3292009
The interaction of phage and biofilms
IW Sutherland, KA Hughes, LC Skillman, K Tait
FEMS microbiology letters 232 (1), 1-6, 2004
2912004
Continent-wide risk assessment for the establishment of nonindigenous species in Antarctica
SL Chown, AHL Huiskes, NJM Gremmen, JE Lee, A Terauds, K Crosbie, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (13), 4938-4943, 2012
2802012
Bacteriophage and associated polysaccharide depolymerases–novel tools for study of bacterial biofilms
KA Hughes, IW Sutherland, J Clark, MV Jones
Journal of applied microbiology 85 (3), 583-590, 1998
2021998
Microplastics in the Antarctic marine system: an emerging area of research
CL Waller, HJ Griffiths, CM Waluda, SE Thorpe, I Loaiza, B Moreno, ...
Science of the Total Environment 598, 220-227, 2017
1772017
A novel Antarctic microbial endolithic community within gypsum crusts
KA Hughes, B Lawley
Environmental Microbiology 5 (7), 555-565, 2003
1722003
Microorganisms in the atmosphere over Antarctica
DA Pearce, PD Bridge, KA Hughes, B Sattler, R Psenner, NJ Russell
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 69 (2), 143-157, 2009
1572009
Anthropogenic impacts on marine ecosystems in Antarctica
RB Aronson, S Thatje, JB McClintock, KA Hughes
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1223 (1), 82-107, 2011
1532011
The protection of Antarctic terrestrial ecosystems from inter-and intra-continental transfer of non-indigenous species by human activities: a review of current systems andá…
KA Hughes, P Convey
Global Environmental Change 20 (1), 96-112, 2010
1472010
Non-indigenous microorganisms in the Antarctic: assessing the risks
DA Cowan, SL Chown, P Convey, M Tuffin, K Hughes, S Pointing, ...
Trends in microbiology 19 (11), 540-548, 2011
1292011
Challenges to the future conservation of the Antarctic
SL Chown, JE Lee, KA Hughes, J Barnes, PJ Barrett, DM Bergstrom, ...
Science 337 (6091), 158-159, 2012
1172012
Solar UV-B radiation inhibits the growth of Antarctic terrestrial fungi
KA Hughes, B Lawley, KK Newsham
Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 69 (3), 1488-1491, 2003
1172003
Low temperature bioremediation of oil‐contaminated soil using biostimulation and bioaugmentation with a Pseudomonas sp. from maritime Antarctica
B Stallwood, J Shears, PA Williams, KA Hughes
Journal of Applied Microbiology 99 (4), 794-802, 2005
1072005
Accidental transfer of non-native soil organisms into Antarctica on construction vehicles
KA Hughes, P Convey, NR Maslen, RIL Smith
Biological invasions 12 (4), 875-891, 2010
932010
Distribution of sewage pollution around a maritime Antarctic research station indicated by faecal coliforms, Clostridium perfringens and faecal sterol markers
KA Hughes, A Thompson
Environmental Pollution 127 (3), 315-321, 2004
922004
Influence of seasonal environmental variables on the distribution of presumptive fecal coliforms around an Antarctic research station
KA Hughes
Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 69 (8), 4884-4891, 2003
922003
Biological invasions in terrestrial Antarctica: what is the current status and can we respond?
KA Hughes, LR Pertierra, MA Molina-Montenegro, P Convey
Biodiversity and Conservation 24 (5), 1031-1055, 2015
842015
Determining the native/non-native status of newly discovered terrestrial and freshwater species in Antarctica–current knowledge, methodology and management action
KA Hughes, P Convey
Journal of Environmental Management 93 (1), 52-66, 2012
782012
Tolerance of Antarctic soil fungi to hydrocarbons
KA Hughes, P Bridge, MS Clark
Science of the Total Environment 372 (2-3), 539-548, 2007
702007
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